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Is more less? Exploring a new world of corporate reporting — Part 2: Beyond the status quo

Published on: 09 Jan 2015

This publication from Deloitte (Canada) looks at changes that could be made within the existing framework to make corporate reports more understandable and more useful – in other words, better. Some companies have already achieved this goal, and the changes they implemented aren’t earth-shatteringly complicated. But that is only one part of the story: forces outside a company’s control also contribute to the overall complexity of corporate reporting – such as what others say about the company on social media and elsewhere. We’ll explore the impact of these elements on the framework as well.


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